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Bienvenidos al Newsletter Semanal de Ubuntu, Edición #56, correspondiente a la semana del 2 al 8 de Septiembre de 2007. En está edición cubrimos los nuevos miembros de Ubuntu y MOTU, la llegada de Tribe 6, una reunión de Ubuntu, el primer aniversario de las traducciones al Francés de UWN, y, como siempre, ¡mucho mucho más!

PARTE 1: Sin asignar PARTE 2: Sin asignar PARTE 3: Sin asignar PARTE 4: spg76

En Está Edición

  • Le Damos La Bienvenida a los Nuevos Miembros de Ubuntu
  • La Llegada de Tribe 6 Enfocada en Arreglar Bugs
  • Nuevos Miembros MOTU
  • Fredericton, NB, Canada - Una Reunión de Ubuntu
  • En La Prensa y En La Blogósfera
  • Reuniones y Eventos
  • Joyeux Anniversaire LHU (Feliz Aniversario LHU)
  • Actualizaciones y seguridad para 6.06, 6.10 y 7.04
  • Estadísticas de Traducción
  • Estadísticas de Bugs

Noticias Generales de la Comunidad

PARTE 1

Welcome New Ubuntu Members!

  • Hilario Montoliu - Hilario is an active member of the MozillaTeam since almost its creation where he triages the mozilla related reports. Apart from triaging, Hilario has been working in the "Firefox Apport Hook", and helping in the "Firefox Add-On Support" blueprint. Hilario is also a member of the Ubuntu QA Team. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HMontoliu and https://launchpad.net/~hmontoliu

  • Myriam Schweingruber - Myriam is an active member of Ubuntu-Women and the Swiss Team. She continues to build, admin, mentor and moderate Swiss Team. Myriam is part of the French translation team and has helped organize several release parties along with giving an interview to a local IT magazine. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MyriamSchweingruber and https://launchpad.net/~myriam

  • Hassan El Jacifi - Hassan El Jacifi founded the Switzerland and Moroccan teams, is a member of Bugsquad and Laptop Testing Team. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HassanElJacifi and http://launchpad.net/people/waver

  • Dan Shufelt - Dan Shufelt started the Oregon US and Pacific Northwest US teams. He has contributed material to DIY Marketing, organized the PNW Team's involvement in LinuxFest Northwest 2007, and given a speech at Western Washington University. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DanShufelt and https://launchpad.net/~dshufelt

  • David Overcash - David Overcash is the leader of the Colorado LoCo. He was interviewed for the "Castellini on Computers" radio show and attended the Technology in Education conference to present Ubuntu to teachers, administrators, and school technology specialists. David is working on a program to help people find the best support solutions through the Colorado website. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DavidOvercash and https://launchpad.net/people/funnylookinhat

  • Jim Hutchinson - Jim Hutchinson was instrumental in getting a Linux thin-client lab set up in a high school that will be using Edubuntu starting this fall. He was the organizer of the Ubuntu presence at the Technology in Education Colorado 2007 conference and held a three hour presentation on teaching with open source. Jim has been working with the open source community to help in the creation of these lesson plans and the new Education Enthusiasts team is now the point of contact for these and other efforts. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/JimHutchinson and https://launchpad.net/~jimhutchinson

  • Luis de Bethencourt - Luis is most active in Ubuntu Studio, Derivate Team and Packaging. He also contributes to freemix, gnome, and the launchpad beta testers team. He is also working toward MOTU membership. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LuisdeBethencourt and https://launchpad.net/~luisbg

  • Mariano Mara - Mariano is most active in the ubuntu-ar LoCo, Translations in Spanish and Beginners Support. He has been working with the Argentinian team from the first day. He moderates all posts necessary to the forums and mail lists. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Marplatense and https://launchpad.net/~marplatense

  • Isabelle Duchatelle - Isabelle is most active in the Forums, Ubuntu Women, Translations to French and UWN. In addition to being moderator on the Ubuntu Forums, bapoumba also is a member of the French Translation Team for the UWN, and is a contributor to the Ubuntu-Women Team. Known by all to be an extremely hard worker for Ubuntu. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/bapoumba and https://launchpad.net/~bapoumba

  • Jonathan Marsaud - Jonathan is most active in ubuntu-fr Loco, IRC Moderator and promoting Ubuntu. He also is one of the main organizers of Ubuntu events in Paris: "Ubuntu Dapper Party", "Ubuntu Edgy Party", "Ubuntu Feistyvités, "Ubuntu Feistyvités second edition". He is also involved in IRC French Ubuntu channels and of course in #ubuntu-fr-classroom, and helping beginners to package in Ubuntu with the presence of french MOTU/core-dev. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/JonathanMarsaud and https://launchpad.net/~zic

  • Cyril Lavier - Cyril is most active in ubuntu-fr LoCo team, Packaging and Translations. He's also involved in #ubuntu-fr-classroom, along with some MOTU/Coredev. Work on the ubuntu-fr-party team conferences and install parties take up some of his time. He considers packaging as a kind of art, and would like to help people to learn it. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Davromaniak https://launchpad.net/~davromaniak

  • Laurent Bigonville - Laurent is active with Bugsquad, QA Team and Packaging. He started using Debian in 2002 and Ubuntu in 2004 with Warty. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LaurentBigonville and https://launchpad.net/~bigon

PARTE 2

  • Philipp Kern - Philipp is most active as a Debian Developer but his pet package in Debian and Ubuntu is Gobby, a collaborative editor. He is also also involved in the Utunbu backmerging project. His would like to get a MOTU in the near future, contribute as a REVU reviewer and fix selected bugs upstream and for Ubuntu (likely GNOME enhancements). https://wiki.ubuntu.com/PhilippKern and https://launchpad.net/~pkern

  • Neal Bussett - Neal is mostly active in the California Loco and IRC. He took over and helped reactivate the California loco a few months ago and has been instrumental in getting the team organized and active. Sometime in the near future he hopes to become a developer, although he's not sure what he would like to help with in that area. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/NealBussett and https://launchpad.net/people/nealbussett

Tribe 6 Milestone to Focus on Fixing Bugs instead

Following discussion with the QA, GNOME, Linux, installer and other teams we have decided not to make a formal release for Tribe 6, but rather to use it as a milestone for bugfixing.

If you are assigned bugs please make them your priority for the week, if you want to help please take a look at one of the unassigned bugs.https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-devel-announce/2007-September/000337.html

New MOTU Members

The MOTU team is happy to announce that Mathias Gug joined the MOTU team. He did amazing work as a member of the Server team and integrating apparmor in Ubuntu. ROCK ON, Mathias! https://launchpad.net/~mathiaz

Also we'd like to congratulate Chris Halse Rogers, who became member of the team, after tremendous work in the MOTU community. http://launchpad.net/~raof

LoCo News

Fredericton, NB, Canada - A Ubuntu Get-Together

The folks in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada were happy to report that a get together organized by Richard Seguin and Cody A.W. Somerville on August 23rd was a success. A small group of Ubuntu members gathered at Reid's, a popular coffee shop, to discuss how they could promote a Ubuntu presence in the greater Fredericton area. You can expect to hear more in the upcoming months as they work to start a satellite Loco Team in their area.

In The Press

  • German Discounter selling low-price PCs for Office use with Ubuntu preinstalled - Ubuntu seems to attract more and more attention. The German Discounter Plus now offers Office-PCs with Ubuntu 7.04 preinstalled in some of their stores. As you may learn from the specs the PC is intended for office use only. The graphics card for example isn't that powerful but should be sufficient enough for normal office-use. The offer has been seen in the local stores of Kevelaer, Bonn, Cologne, Aachen, Neuss, Erftstadt,... http://ubuntuusers.de/ikhaya/685/

  • Mindbridge switches to Linux, saves "bunches of money" - Mindbridge didn't start out as an open source company -- far from it. "We had a predominantly Microsoft-oriented shop," says David Christian, Mindbridge CTO. But the company, which at the time offered an "intranet in a box" application, began hosting the software for its clients. "That required us to get a good handle on Linux, because Linux was the only inexpensive, cost-efficient way of handling that in a scaled environment," Christian says. "And I didn't want to add Microsoft to our customers' overhead." Today, Mindbridge has re-purposed itself as an open-source-friendly company, and revamped its infrastructure to run completely on Linux and other open source software. "Having deployed [Linux servers] to our customers, we turned around and said, we can do the same thing internally and save bunches of money. We began a systematic but slow flipping of servers from the Microsoft world over to predominantly Linux -- although there are a few BSD boxes around as well," Christian says. "It's to the point that today I only have two production Windows servers left, out of 15 or so." http://www.linux.com/feature/119020

PARTE 3

  • Moving from Windows to Linux? Here's how to take the good stuff with you - So you're switching from Windows to Linux? Great. Like other users and organizations who've taken the plunge, it's likely you're making the move to take advantage of Linux's stability and reliance on open standards. Now all you have to do is prepare carefully for your move. In this case, careful prep means not just installing Linux on your system -- either on your existing computer or a whole new machine -- but also transferring your documents, bookmarks, preferences and system settings, and in some cases finding equivalent open-source applications for the Windows applications you were using before. Three Roads to Data Migration: 1.Let Ubuntu Linux do it for you. Ubuntu is one of the most popular Linux distributions out there and, as of right now, the only major distribution that has migration tools built in as part of its setup process. 2.Use a third-party application. 3.Do it yourself. Whatever approach you take, the very first thing you should do before attempting a migration is make a full backup of any data that you can't replace. http://tinyurl.com/2utbnf

  • Microwulf (Tiny Supercomputer) runs Ubuntu - In January 2007, two of us (professor Joel Adams and student Tim Brom) decided to build a personal, portable Beowulf cluster. Like a personal computer, the cost had to be low -- our budget was $2500 -- and its size had to be small enough to sit on a person's desk. For various reasons, we have been a Gentoo shop for a while. So it would seem fairly obvious that we would use Gentoo. But over time we had found Gentoo to be something of an administrative hassle. Since we wanted to keep Microwulf relatively simple (as simple as possible but not overly simple). and we had experience with Ubuntu, we decided to give that a try first. We installed Ubuntu Desktop on the head node. We used Ubuntu 6.10 (Edgy) as it was the latest stable release of Ubuntu at the time. It had a 2.6.17 kernel. It was a very easy installation except for one thing - the driver for the on-board NIC was not included in the kernel until 2.6.18. So for the first two months of Microwulf's young life, we used an alpha version of Ubuntu 7.04 (Fiesty) with had a 2.6.20 kernel and the drivers that we needed. 7.04 finally went stable in April, but we never had any trouble with the alpha version. http://www.clustermonkey.net/content/view/211/1/1/0/ (see https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-marketing-submissions/2007-September/000079.html)

  • Mark Shuttleworth Talks On ATI's New Linux Drivers - What does Mark think about AMD's announcements this week with the 8.41 display driver and the just-announced program where AMD will be handing out specifications under NDA and helping out the open-source community? "I'm really pleased to see this announcement from ATI. Intel is to be congratulated on setting the pace, and ATI for showing that this approach can make sense in the consumer desktop space." There were initially some thoughts that the ATI fglrx 8.41 driver would end up making its way into the Ubuntu 7.10 default package set, however, that will not be the case. Ubuntu 7.10 "Gutsy Gibbon" is already in a feature freeze for its October release and this schedule does not allow the fglrx 8.41 driver to be included. The fglrx 8.41 also lacks FireGL workstation support and AIGLX support will not arrive until October in the fglrx 8.42 driver. However, Canonical will be looking at ways to make this fglrx driver available as an update once the driver has been released and tested. Alternatively, users of Ubuntu 7.04 Feisty Fawn and Ubuntu 7.10 Gutsy Gibbon can just build the Ubuntu packages from ATI's official Linux installer. As would be expected, the new ATI driver will be included in the Ubuntu 8.04 LTS release known as "Hardy Heron". Mark also stated: "We do expect our next release, in April 2008, to have fully integrated ATI's new work. That will be an LTS release, with Long Term Support, so ATI's timing is excellent for enterprise customers considering Ubuntu desktop deployments in call centers or engineering labs." http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=827&num=1

  • On a Dutch news site, there is an article with complaints about Vista at an organization called Consumenten Bond which is similar to Consumer Reports. Most complaints are about hardware and software that's not functioning under Vista. "Consumers should only buy Vista if they know for sure their hardware and software will still work", is the advice of the "Consumenten Bond". The organization also advices buyers to look at alternatives like Apple's Mac OS x or Ubuntu Linux. http://www.nu.nl/news/1226269/50/Klachtenregen_over_Windows_Vista.html

PARTE 4

En La Blogósfera

  • Edubuntu al rescate nuevamente: por Christopher Dawson - Finalmente hoy tuve la oportunidad de conocer a nuestra nueva biblitecaria. Luego de estar sin un bibliotecario verdadero por tanto tiempo, fue muy interesante hablar con alguien que sabía algo más acerca de la investigación académica que buscar en Google. Ella incluso tenía una visión bastante diferente sobre como se debería administrar una biblioteca, los tipos de publicaciones periódicas que harán que los niños leean algo más que los artículos de My Space, y como hacer uso de toda la nueva tecnología que metemos en nuestra escuela. Mejor aún, ya estuvo buscando asociarse con la biblioteca local y con nuestro sistema regional de bibliotecas para ahorrar dinero en el software de administración de bibliotecas save money on library management software y sacar ventajas de las colecciones y base de datos a las que se tiene acceso. Cuando le pregunté como se sentía acerca de gastas un gran porción de su presupuesto en software comercial para bibliotecas como Follett’s Destiny, rn contra las soluciones de código abierto que requerián más trabajo pero son gratis/libres, ella dijo, “No tengo miedo en aprender nuevas cosas. Por qué no armas un sevidor con uno de los sistemas de código abierto y lo probamos". Aunque pude haber instalado cualquier distribución de Linux, es difícil equivocarse con Ubuntu, así que estoy instalando Edubuntu mientras escribo esto. Edubuntu viene ahora tiene un CD agregado, así como también, con una gran variedad de software que no encaja en la imagen de la distribución principal. http://education.zdnet.com/?p=1212

Reuniones y Eventos

Lunes 10 de Septiembre de 2007

Reunión del Equipo de Screencast

Martes 11 de Septiembre de 2007

Server Team Meeting

Reunión del Junta Técnica

Miércoles 12 de Septiembre de 2007

Reunión de Edubuntu

Jueves 13 de Septiembre de 2007

Reunión del Equipo de Escritorio de Canonical

  • Inicio: 12:00 UTC
  • Finalización: 13:00 UTC
  • Lugar: canal IRC #ubuntu-meeting
  • Agenda: No agenda set as of this publication

Reunión del Equipo LoCo de Nebraska

Foco en la Comunidad

Joyeux Anniversaire LHU (Feliz Aniversario LHU)

Con esta edición celebramos un año de traducciones realizadas por el Equipo de Traducción Francés. Todos las ediciones posteriores a UWN#14 han sido traducidas por el Equipo inicia en principio por Michel D'Hooge ( https://launchpad.net/~michel-dhooge). En Francés, UWN se transformó en LHU, Lettre Hebdomadaire Ubuntu. Para más información sobre el equipo de Traducción Francés de UWN, mira en https://launchpad.net/~lhu.

Veamos algunos números. Un año de traduciendo UWN son:

  • 41 ediciones traducidas
  • 42 noches corrigiendo nuestras traducciones
  • 23335 líneas de texto
  • 134578 palabras traducidas
  • 1038058 carácteres
  • Un equipo de 20 personas
  • Un servidor sobby

El trabajo de traducción consiste en copiar la edición de UWN en nuestro servidor sobby. Cada traductor es libre de traducir cualquier parte de UWN, dependiendo de agendas personales o gustos. Cuando la traducción está completa, se envía un correo electrónico a la lista de correo de traductores al francés para organizar lo que se corrige en sobby, usualmente los Miércoles a la noche, horario Francés. Este es el último paso antes de la publicación en la lista de correo de usuarios franceses ( https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-fr) y en el servidor web del Equipo LoCo Francés ( http://www.ubuntu-fr.org/lettre/). Hacemos un uso intensivo de gobby que es nuestra herramienta principal. Además usamos txt2tags para obtener tanto la versión de texto (para enviar a la lista de correo) y la versión HTML (para el sitio web).

Para más info sobre como unirse y empezar (en Francés), mira en http://doc.ubuntu-fr.org/lettre_hebdo.

Actualizaciones y seguridad para 6.06, 6.10 y 7.04

Actualizaciones de Segutidad

Actualizaciones para Ubuntu 6.06 LTS

Actualizaciones para Ubuntu 6.10

Actualizaciones para Ubuntu 7.04

Estadísticas de Bugs

  • Abiertos (32235) +63 # que la semana pasada
  • Críticos (19) +2 # que la semana pasada
  • Sin confirmar (15718) -271 # que la semana pasada
  • Sin asignar (24335) +76 # que la semana pasada
  • Todos los bugs alguna vez reportados (118746) +1183 # que la semana pasada

Como siempre, el Bug Squad necesita más ayuda. Si quieres empezar, por favor dirigete a https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BugSquad

Estadísticas de Traducción

  1. Español (20413) +512 # que la semana pasada
  2. Francés (40291) +440 # que la semana pasada
  3. Inglés Britanico (51764) +1458 # que la semana pasada
  4. Sueco (55081) +227 # que la semana pasada
  5. Alemán (64046) -667 # que la semana pasada

Cadenas para traducir en Ubuntu 7.10 "Gutsy Gibbon", mira más en: https://translations.launchpad.net/ubuntu/gutsy/

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Conclusión

Gracias por leer el Newsletter Semanal de Ubuntu.

¡Nos vemos la próxima semana!!

Créditos

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  • Martin Albisetti
  • Cody A.W. Somerville
  • Nick Ali
  • Lionel Porcheron
  • John Crawford
  • Y muchos otros

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